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Resolution 76/262 Standing mandate for a General Assembly debate when a veto is cast in the Security Council, 26th April 2022 (UN Doc A/RES/76/262), OXIO 714

United Nations General Assembly [UNGA]; United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]

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Constituent instruments of international organizations — Resolutions of international organizations — Voting in international organizations — International organizations, practice and procedure — International peace and security
1. A standing mandate for the United Nations (‘UN’) General Assembly to discuss a situation if a veto is cast in the Security Council (‘UNSC’). 2. The contribution of Resolution 76/262 (‘Resolution’) to institutional balance within the UN, and to transparency and accountability regarding the use of the veto by the permanent members of the UNSC. 3. The relationship between the procedure established in the Resolution and the Resolution 377(V): Uniting for Peace mechanism. This headnote pertains to: Resolution 76/262 on Standing mandate for a General Assembly debate...
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